Pg. 111-128: Improving Safety for Pedestrians and Bicyclists Accessing Transit Improving Safety for Pedestrians and Bicyclists
The seventh section includes the Appendix which has the RSA prompt list examples and the pedestrians checklist and considerations for temporary traffic control zones.
Last Updated (Year): 2022
Year Produced: 2022Abstract:
Regardless of how a person began their trip; they walk, roll, or bicycle to access transit. Because of this, agencies should
understand pedestrian and bicyclist characteristics and needs when planning and designing transit systems. This guide is
intended for transit agencies, State and local roadway owners, and regional organizations involved with planning and
designing transit stops and the roadway, pedestrian, and bicycle facilities that provide access to transit. The guide contains
wide ranging topics related to pedestrian and bicyclist safety and access to transit.
The E's:Education, Engagement, Engineering
Ped Bike Activity:
Ped Bike Topic:
Urban Context:Rural, Urban
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